item: 5210844 By Omega One

Omega One Frozen Fish Treat

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Treat your Rainbow Fish, Discus, Angel Fish, African Cichlid, Trigger, Blennie, Saltwater Angel or other freshwater or saltwater fish to these Omega One Frozen Bloodworms, which are formulated from genuine bloodworms to supply high levels of protein, ideal for conditioning of breeding fish.

Made from genuine bloodworms for high-quality color enhancing ability; high protein content for effective conditioning of breeding fish; 8-step cleansing process with UV sterilization ensures safe use; ideal for Rainbow Fish, Discus, Angel Fish, many types of African Cichlids, Triggers, Blennies, Saltwater Angels and more

Food Type: Whole Frozen
Food Consistency: Frozen
Life Stage: All
Primary Ingredient: Whole Bloodworms
Package Weight: 4 oz.

Feed this treat as a part of a balanced diet of Omega One flakes, pellets and frozen formula foods.
Feed only what your fish can consume in 3minutes.
Do not overfeed.
Remove any remaining food.

100% Whole Bloodworms

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 6.3%
Crude Fat (min) 0.8%
Crude Fiber (max) 0.3%
Moisture (max) 91.2%

Omega™ One Frozen Fish Treat
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Omega™ One Frozen Fish Treat is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Got these to try out on our Betta Splendens (aged 4, 3 and 1 1/2 years) and our Axolotl (3 months) and they all loved them! Young and old they all went nuts over these. We got the ones that are prepackaged into cubes and all we do is pop one out, let it thaw and they're ready to be fed! Very easy and they love them. Would recommend to any carnivorous fish or amphibian owner. Wont ever be without them now. 5 stars.
Date published: 2015-01-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not for all African cichlids If you're going to feed blood worms to African cichlids. DO NOT FEED THEM TO MBUNA.mbuna will develop intestinal issues. For African peacocks they're fine. Just make sure and read up on the type of fish you have and what they can and can not eat.. If you have a mix tank of mbuna and peacock I wouldn't advise feeding blood worms. Remember not all African cichlids eat the same type of food they are omnivore herbivore and carnivore.
Date published: 2019-06-28
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